Shocking Truth About Using CBD Oil in Soap: Is it Safe or a Risky Gamble

What is CBD Oil?

A growing number of people have been turning to CBD oil in soap as a potential health benefit in the last couple of years.

According to recent studies, it has been estimated that a third of all American adults have used CBD at least once in their lifetime.

There have been a lot of positive reviews in recent years about CBD oil, which is a chemical compound extracted from the cannabis plant whose potential is to relieve chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and it is even known to help with acne. CBD oil is a chemical compound derived from cannabis plants.

But did you know that you can also use CBD oil in handmade soap? Furthermore, just because you can use it, should you add it to your ingredients? While there is a lot of praise for CBD oil there are equally more questions over adding this new ingredient to your soap.

This live video podcast discusses some of the issues that are associated with using CBD oil in natural soaps and other bath products by handcrafted artisans.

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The Benefits of CBD Oil in Soap

In addition to its anti-inflammatory and soothing properties, CBD oil can also help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines on the skin by protecting it from environmental stressors. It could also make a wonderful addition to homemade soap. The natural, healing properties of CBD oil can be used to benefit the skin in a wide variety of ways.

It has also been shown to have a beneficial effect on leaving the skin looking younger and smoother because of the protection that it offers against environmental damage.

Additionally, CBD oil is rich in antioxidants, which can help to nourish the skin and keep it looking youthful and healthy Moreover, the potential benefits of CBD oil don’t just stop at physical health; this natural remedy has been found to have a great effect on mental wellbeing too. It’s no wonder that CBD oil is becoming an increasingly popular choice when it comes to natural remedies.

Different uses of CBD oil in homemade products

With all of CBD’s potential, why wouldn’t you consider using CBD oil in a balm, lotion or body butter since these products are meant to stay on the skin for a longer period of time than soaps and washes? Soaps and wash-off products are simple, but perhaps you would be more inclined to use CBD oil in stay on products.

CBD infused oil

Massage Oils and Body Butters would be great candidates for Infused CBD Oil

It has been demonstrated that CBD oil, when combined with other traditional treatments and therapies, can provide significant relief to many individuals, including pain management and anxiety reduction. It has been shown that CBD oil provides significant relief when used in conjunction with other traditional treatments and therapies.

From boosting moods to reducing chronic pain, there’s no question why CBD oil and its healing qualities are becoming an increasingly popular choice among people, and it’s easy to see why.

Three things to keep in mind before putting CBD Oil in soap

Prior to integrating CBD into your product line, there are three crucial considerations for you to consider before incorporating CBD into your product line and they include investing in quality CBD ingredients, formulating new recipes as well as marketing and promotion.

  1. Is CBD legal to use in your soap?
  2. Will your payment processor shut you down for selling products containing CBD oil or hemp seed oil?
  3. How will you label it to avoid making medical claims?

Proper Labeling is Essential

If you determine that you will start to make products with CBD oil or Hemp oil as an ingredient be very mindful of your product claims. Marie Gale has a great book that I highly recommend to help you stay in compliance with labeling your bath and body products.

Here are some additional links for more information on CBD oil and it’s benefits.

Where CBD is legal and more information

DEA Guidance on CBD 

Benefits of CBD oil

Alternative Payment Processors that allow CBD products

What do you think?

Is this new ingredient worth adding to your recipes? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

Until next time…


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